Dress Up

Though its been an unusually warm January, there’s no doubt that it is in fact sweater weather here in Toronto. I’m a huge proponent of sweaters, whether they’re thick fleecy sweatshirts or thick cable knits, and every winter I add one or two special pieces to my neatly folded collection.

A few weeks ago our good friends at CONVEY (our favourite shop in the city, conveniently located right across from the Pastel Palace) mentioned they had a new knitwear shipment, so I immediately popped over to see what they had in store. Within seconds I had totally fallen for an oversized bubblegum pink boyfriend sweater, and as soon as I put it on my body I knew it had to be mine.

Long story short, I pretty much haven’t taken it off since. Seriously, this sweater is the softest cotton candy perfection, and it’s oh so warm! Paired with a collared shirt and my new favourite 3×1 black skinny jeans (conveniently also from CONVEY), it’s my new favourite winter staple.









Hat from Aritzia, Sweater and Jeans from CONVEY, Collared shirt via. Victoire, Boots by Rachel Comey, watch via. Daniel Wellington, bracelet by Cherry Pick

Dress Up

Like just about everyone, I have a bad habit of returning to the same spots time and time again to take photos. The “pink wall” of Vancouver (conveniently attached to a very tasty ice cream shop) is no exception, and it’s become a bit of a pilgrimage every time I’m back in my home town. My trip home over the holidays this past December was no exception, and despite the frightful weather conditions I managed to convince my dad to help me take some snaps in my new favourite outfit from CONVEY.

Dressed up in the a leather skort, iridescent pink loafers, a cashmere sweater and the softest white silk shirt of all time (similar here), I braved the wind and pouring rain to get these snaps because the outfit was just that cute. Horrible at the time? Definitely. Worth it in the end? I think yes…







All clothing and shoes via CONVEY, Backpack by Opelle, Hairstyle by The Attic

Photos by Graham Garrison (thanks Dad!)